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by RaShell on 2009-03-30

Neat collaborative project by a group of awesome cartoon artists which requires active participation from the viewers. You ask for a doodle, they add it to the collage (even The King of Rock-n-Roll made an appearance ;)). Then you can view all the little pieces in great detail by moving the interactive loupe over the […]

Posted at: March 30th, 2009 - 10:01 am - Number of Comments » 2

by RaShell on 2009-03-27

*drum roll, intense music and dramatic lights* The Doodle Off competition is not for your average “hobby doodler” according to Maria, the current Doodle Master. It’s intense and it will rock your world! Introducing, the IRON DOODLERS: * Maria Doering (the defending champ) * A.Wong * Matthew Thomson * Mr. JQ * Racheal Anilyse * […]

Posted at: March 27th, 2009 - 2:48 pm - Number of Comments » 3

by RaShell on 2009-03-25

Artsyville is a bright, colorful place. Even simple everyday things look exciting in it. Words of wisdom are written in elegant playful letters and everything is colored in fun hues. Meet Mayor of Artsyville, illustrator and mixed media artist Aimee Dolich, who finds her inspiration in little stuff of life. A fleeting thought, an odd […]

Posted at: March 25th, 2009 - 8:48 am - Number of Comments » 4

by RaShell on 2009-03-20

©angel_elly93 Ok, so I’m the last person on the planet to read the Twilight. Of course, I’m not exactly a teenage girl… They amass probably 90% of Twi-fan-audience (plus another 8% of TwiMoms and an occasional TwiDude ;)) Obsession with Twilight is quite understandable. Forbidden love, romance so thick and gooey it hurts your teeth […]

Posted at: March 20th, 2009 - 8:37 am - Number of Comments » 11

by RaShell on 2009-03-18

…aka Doodling with a purpose. It sounds a bit weird that such seemingly mindless activity as doodling might benefit some kind of important charitable cause (well, besides the two Doodle Days (one here and one in England) we already discussed on this blog). But it’s true! Etsy seller Cloudery is on a mission to support […]

Posted at: March 18th, 2009 - 3:30 pm - Number of Comments » 5

by RaShell on 2009-03-16

As much as I like computer fonts, there’s something absolutely magical (for me, at least) in hand-written letters. No two are alike, and when there’s a whole alphabet it’s like a neat collection, herbarium of sorts. But instead of dried flowers, letter specimens bloom on the page. From the Ornamental Typography of the days past […]

Posted at: March 16th, 2009 - 2:29 pm - Number of Comments » 1